[Bf-committers] outliner sort alphabetically
duarte_ramos at sapo.pt
Wed Mar 4 01:45:18 CET 2015
Sort alphabetically sounds really handy, can't wait to give it a try.
Nest by groups would also be nice, but there's that problem of objects
belonging multiple groups.
Whish there was a sort by 'selectability', 'visibility' and
'renderability'. It is currently very hard (if not impossible) to make
all objects in a scene selectable or renderable, since the only
available operators are toggles, and if one has a mix of selectable and
non selectable objects it is really hard to make them all selectable
again, since one can't easily sort them, nor is there a way to make
force selectability, only toggle and that will also make unselectable
all previously selectable.
On 03-03-2015 18:44, Jacob Merrill wrote:
> I wish that the outliner had the option groups, and any grouped objects
> would be placed into sub folders for there group, I am not sure what sort
> of behavior you would use for objects in multiple groups....
> On Mar 3, 2015 10:31 AM, "David Fenner" <d4vidfenner at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi. I was very happy to see that "sort alphabetically" was now just an
>> option in the outliner, this way I could arrange my scene the way I want,
>> for example, cameras in a null first, lights in the next one (Called lights
>> of course), then background, meshes, etc etc. However, I'm dissapointed to
>> see that without the "sort alphabetically" option, there is no way to sort
>> things at all :S. You can't move something up or down in the list, so
>> basically it is "alphabetically or by creation order", which isn't very
>> useful at all, it will be always messier than alphabetically, since it is
>> almost random (you can't worry about it when you create things) and we
>> can't control it.
>> Since we are improving the outliner... can't we squeeze a way to move
>> things up and down in it??
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